The Arredondo Advisory Group (AAG) aims to provide insights for successful and sustainable organizational diver- sity strategy. Its areas of practice are organizational diversity initiatives, higher education leadership development, the Latina/o quotient in the 21st century, and leadership & coaching for women and people of color.
Patricia Arredondo, AAG President, has been a business consultant for 30 years, engaged in the higher education, healthcare, nance, non-pro t, manufacturing, consumer, and publishing sectors, domestically and internation- ally. She established partnerships with universities in South Korea, Poland, Guatemala, and Mexico and with nu- merous corporations in and around Boston and Milwaukee states in the US. Arredondo has been a faculty member and senior administrator at research universities and a professional school of psychology. Arredondo is published extensively in the areas of workforce diversity, women’s leadership, the Latina/o quotient, and cultural competen- cy development; she is bilingual in English and Spanish and a licensed psychologist. Her doctoral degree in Coun- seling Psychology is from Boston University.
Edge is honored to cooperate with AAG to accredit many of its human development programs, among which are the HR and leadership certificates.